Rebekah Green

This year’s Innovative Teaching Showcase theme, “Blended Learning: The Best of Both Worlds,” seeks to honor faculty who have designed exemplary courses that capitalize on an effective blend of face-to-face and web-based instruction.

This kind of instruction has the…

Since the Sustainability Academy formed in 2009 at Western Washington University, much has changed. The campus now has a course offering in sustainability literacy that introduces first- and second-year students to the multidisciplinary aspects of systems and integrative thinking. In addition,…

Approximately 6,700 miles away from Misawa, Japan, one of the Port of Misawa’s 65-foot long docks is battering the Washington coast.

Rebekah Green, associate director of the Resilience Institute at Western’s Huxley College of the Environment, and two of her students are trying…

A Western Washington university researcher received a grant to study things like that big dock that washed up near Forks. They'll be tracking what items have come ashore.

Approximately 6,700 miles away from Misawa, Japan, one of the Port of Misawa's 65-foot long docks is battering the Washington coast.

Rebekah Green, associate director of the Resilience Institute at Western's Huxley College of the Environment, and two of her students are trying…

When earthquakes hit, our instincts can often get us in trouble. The first annual Great Washington ShakeOut is trying to fix that.

During earthquakes, instinct tells us to look out the window in curiosity, run out of the building or pick up the phone and share the news with everyone.

Western Washington University assistant professor of Environmental Studies Scott Miles and Research Associate Rebekah Green of Western Washington University’s Resilience Institute have received a $45,000 grant from the Washington Emergency Management Division to create and populate a digital…

Western Washington University’s student-produced magazine The Planet won two awards in the 2011 Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) Student Magazine Contest.

The magazine’s winter 2011 issue won second place among 16 entries in the design…

Western Washington University assistant professor of Environmental Studies Scott Miles and Research Associate Rebekah Green of Western Washington University's Resilience Institute have received a $45,000 grant from the Washington Emergency Management Division (WAEMD) to create and populate…

There are few things in life as frightening as being in the midst of a major earthquake. They often begin as a low vibration, a feel and a sound as though a large truck is rumbling by outside a house or office.

Quickly they escalate into a fierce, deadly freight train of a roar with…

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